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“I ask all of you, regardless of any political affiliation, to do what’s right and stand against the separation of families”

  Jazmin Newton-Butt’s remarks for the 2018 LULAC Iowa State Convention against the policy of separation of families   LULAC Council 10 would like to thank LULAC Iowa for bringing the 2018 State Convention toContinue reading…

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Immigrants’ Rights advocates disappointed by advancement of anti-immigrant proposal, vow to continue organizing

  4/5/18 – The Republican-controlled legislature has advanced a bill that threatens public safety by encouraging cooperation between local Iowa law enforcement and the federal agency, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The bill, SF481, nowContinue reading…

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State Rep. Tony McCombie to Host Free Immigration Seminar in Moline

  SPRINGFIELD – State Representative Tony McCombie (IL-71st) will partner with the New Americans Initiative and the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR) to host an immigration seminar on becoming a US CitizenContinue reading…

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LULAC IOWA demands immediate investigation into Human Trafficking ties to Iowa

Bettendorf, IA, July 24, 2017 – As the death toll climbs to 10 in the human trafficking tragedy in San Antonio, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) of Iowa calls for answers. FactsContinue reading…

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Gov. Reynolds, Gov. Rauner break ground on I-74 bridge reconstruction project

Gov. Kim Reynolds and Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner broke ground Monday June 26 launching a three-and-a-half year construction project to build a new Interstate 74 Mississippi River Bridge. The project will improve safety and travelContinue reading…

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Ostergren waged cruel campaign against a woman without options

Quad-City Times editorial board Martha Martinez has been twice victimized, the latter occasion by Muscatine County Attorney Alan Ostergren. Martinez is a “dreamer” brought into the country as a child and, by upbringing, an American. ButContinue reading…